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These powerful antioxidants may  protect against breast cancer by lowering sex hormone levels.  One glass—preferably of red wine, according to our experts—is A-Okay. But keep it in check: Studies show that women who toss back more than one to two drinks a day are at greater risk for heart disease and certain cancers.

One glass—preferably of red wine, according to our experts—is A-Okay.

Avocado    How to prevent heart disease, the largest killer in the United States, according to the latest report from the National Center of Health Statistics? Eat more foods that help keep your heart healthy, like avocados and others already on this list, and improve your odds of a long life. Avocados can lower your LDL "bad" cholesterol while raising your HDL "good" levels, and they help your body absorb heart-healthy vitamins like beta-carotene and lycopene.

31 Superfood Secrets for Longevity

Avocado How to prevent heart disease, the largest killer in the United States, according to the latest report from the National Center of Health Statistics? Eat more foods that help keep your heart healthy, like avocados and others already on this list, and improve your odds of a long life. Avocados can lower your LDL "bad" cholesterol while raising your HDL "good" levels, and they help your body absorb heart-healthy vitamins like beta-carotene and lycopene.

10 Tips to Improve Your Heart Health @NutritionExpert

10 Tips to Improve Your Heart Health

10 Tips to Improve Your Heart Health - Mitzi Dulan, America's Nutrition Expert, Cooks and Dishes

Dark Chocolate Infographic | Heart Healthy Foods Infographic. just wondering how dark chocolate ...

Eat more fruit, be more healthy. This infographic speaks for itself. Take a read. Then go eat fruit. Or better yet, Blast a bunch of them together. With some veggies.

Berries- '21 Ways to Feed Your Brain'

21 Ways To Feed Your Brain

Loma Linda University researchers found that drinking 5 or more 8-ounce glasses of water a day could help lower the risk of heart disease by up to 60 percent—exactly the same drop you get from stopping smoking, lowering your LDL cholesterol number, exercising, or losing a little weight.

Loma Linda University researchers found that drinking 5 or more 8-ounce glasses of water a day could help lower the risk of heart disease by up to 60 percent—exactly the same drop you get from stopping smoking, lowering your LDL cholesterol number, exercising, or losing a little weight.

A Dutch study found that consuming a gram of red-pepper flakes—about half a teaspoon—30 minutes prior to a meal reduced calorie intake by 16 percent. Plus, new research suggests its active ingredient, capsaicin, may help kill cancer cells.

Nutrition and Food, Well-Done

A Dutch study found that consuming a gram of red-pepper flakes—about half a minutes prior to a meal reduced calorie intake by 16 percent. Plus, new research suggests its active ingredient, capsaicin, may help kill cancer cells

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